As school boards around Vermont begin budgeting for the 2018-2019 school year, Secretary Rebecca Holcombe from the Vermont Agency of Education sent a memo regarding staffing ratios and their effect on the cost of
It’s been a tough start to the school year for Warren Elementary School students, staff, parents and a community and, hopefully, that’s all behind them now that the school has reopened after being closed for mold,
Members of the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board are making sure that they enter this year’s budget season with a single mindset.
The HUUSD Board met for its first retreat on Wednesday,
Warren Elementary School students, staff and administrators spent a second week at Sugarbush Resort after more mold was found in the kitchen and other pockets of the school. Additionally, a hot water heater in the
There has been a confirmed diagnosis of pertussis – whooping cough – in a student in the Harwood Unified Union School District.
Pertussis is a contagious disease that is spread through the air when infected
Fayston representative Heidi Spear to the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) has resigned from the board, effective Monday, September 18. In her letter of resignation, she explains that she is resigning
The Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board is now overseeing all seven schools in the district. The board oversees the school district, sets policy and, most importantly, sets a budget. So board members are
The Harwood Union Unified School District (HUUSD) has not started negotiating its contracts with the district’s teachers. However, the deal the board makes could have consequences for the school district
Green Mountain Valley School held its 2017 commencement exercises this past Saturday, June 3, at the school’s campus. Tim Harris, headmaster, welcomed the graduating students, family, friends and
Harwood is in the midst of switching to a proficiency-based learning system, but problems reporting students’ progress have some parents worried.
At the Harwood Unified Union School District’s (HUUSD) executive
The Warren School Board will reject both bids it received for renovation work at the elementary school after the bids came in a half a million dollars over budget.
The Warren School Board will meet Monday, April
All of the towns of the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) voted together for the first time to pass one budget for all six towns and all seven schools.
The budget passed on Town Meeting Day with a
The Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board has finally voted on each budget item for next year and any parent worried about losing teachers can breathe easy.
At their January 11 meeting, the HUUSD
Several weeks ago, The Valley Reporter printed a front-page story detailing the proposal to the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board to cut two teachers and a staff member at two Valley schools.
Harwood students who choose to utilize the Harwood Community Learning Center (HCLC) master skills that most students are still struggling with well into their college years.
Across the road from Harwood Union
By the Waitsfield School Board
As the new school year begins, the Waitsfield Elementary School (WES) Board would like to share our plans and work for the transitional year ahead. Following the yes vote for school
Nancy Phillips retired from teaching math in 2007 but has worked on curriculum at Warren Elementary School (WES) since then. She presented an overview of the school’s math program to the school board at their May 24
The community continued to voice questions, critiques and praises regarding Act 46 at the fourth and final public forum hosted by the Washington West Supervisory Union’s (WWSU) Act 46 study committee on May 23 at the Big
While the Act 46 study committee worked to complete a series of reports and articles that are required for an accelerated version of the statewide consolidation of school management, they considered whether, or how, the
“Buildings speak,” said architect Dave Epstein of the Burlington-based architecture and design firm TruexCullins. “Some schools you look at, they could be saying, ‘I’m a hospital or I’m a prison,’” he mused, adding that
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